Graduate Programs


CREECA offers three academic programs for graduate students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition, CREECA supports year and summer Foreign Language Area Studies (FLAS) grants, as well as facilitating and coordinating research and community outreach on Russia and the countries of East Europe and Central Asia.


Please see the UW-Madison Graduate Catalog for additional, up-to-date information on the graduate programs that CREECA offers.


REECAS Degree Description
M.A. Degree
The two-year M.A. program offers students an advanced degree in REECAS area studies while tailoring their education to personal interests and goals.
Ph.D. Minor
The Ph.D. Minor option is perfect for Ph.D. candidates in other departments and disciplines who wish to focus on this region as a secondary field of study.
Graduate Certificate
The Graduate Certificate allows Ph.D. candidates in other fields to gain additional specialization and qualification in REECAS area studies.

For questions on admissions or for more details on these options, please go to the program's individual page. Also consult the UW-Madison Graduate Catalog for more information.


In addition to the above, visit the funding page for information on great opportunities for funding at the UW-Madison, including the FLAS program adminstered through CREECA.


The UW-Madison Graduate School has general information on graduate study at this university, as well as on admissions.


Related Degree Programs


Degree Description
M.A. Degree
Slavic Languages and Literature
M.A. Degree
Languages and Cultures of Asia
Ph.D.
Slavic Languages and Literature
Ph.D.
Languages and Cultures of Asia

 



For information about the REECAS graduate programs and their requirements, consult the certificate advisor:


Jennifer Tishler
Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia
210 Ingraham Hall
assocdir@creeca.wisc.edu
(608) 262-3379